seasonal affective disorder
'S.A.D. Lamp,' Today's Comic by Tara Booth
Tara figures out a way to power through seasonal affective disorder.
We Asked People How They Deal With Summer Depression
"The sun is a tyrant. It's a big, flaming ball of 'should.'"
Yes, You Can Suffer from SAD In the Summer
Almost everyone is familiar with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that is related to the seasons. But most don't realize that 10 percent of SAD sufferers identify the warmer months—not winter—as their trigger.
Some People Are Specifically Depressed by Summer
The combination of extra light, 80-degree weather, and FOMO can do real damage.
May Is Your Brain's Favorite Month
Even babies born in the spring are more likely to have an "excessively positive outlook on life."
How Scandinavians Deal With Long, Dark Winters
And what they can teach us about the relationship between our moods and natural light.
Great, Now Canada’s Handling Depression Better Than Us, Too
What’re they even sad about?
Seasonal Affective Disorder Might Not Be A Real Thing, Some Researchers Say
About six percent of the US population reports suffering from SAD.
so sad today
It Gets Better and Then It Gets Worse
What will I do with this column and my Twitter account if the sadness doesn't end? Do I keep writing about the experience of living with depression and anxiety, and exploring the nuances of sadness forever?
Your Seasonal Affective Disorder Isn't Real
The winter was bad, but that's because all seasons are bad, according to a new study in "Clinical Psychological Science."
Depression-Fighting SAD Lamps Aren't Just For Your Winter Blues
We don't know why it works—only that it does.
Seasonal Affective Disorder: The Fake-Sounding Sadness You Can Supposedly Cure By Looking at a Box
Seasonal Affective Disorder is a fake-sounding disorder with a fake-sounding treatment, but they're real.